Z for Zachariah PG-13
As far as they know, Ann Burden (Margot Robbie), Caleb (Chris Pine) and Loomis (Chiwetel Ejiofor) are the last human survivors on Earth. Now the future of mankind is caught up in a rather awkward love triangle.
Cole Carter (Zac Efron) and his buddies want more for their future than working a labor job. The boys think they have found the road to riches when an older DJ (Jon Bernthal) befriends Cole, but instead the relationship threatens to tear all their dreams apart.
War Room PG
What looks like a successful marriage on the outside is really a war zone between Tony and Elizabeth (T.C. Stallings and Priscilla Evans Shirer). But hope for a peace treaty comes when Elizabeth meets and older woman (Karen Abercrombie) who shares her wisdom about prayer and its power overcome any battle.
An American family living abroad finds themselves in deep trouble when a coup breaks out.
Only in the movies can a guy high on drugs (Jesse Eisenberg) defeat sober government agents sent to eliminate him! According to the script, the stoner is unaware that he is actually a trained operative. Apparently his habit has made him a liability to the department -- but it hasn't impaired his ability to defend himself or his substance-abusing girlfriend (Kristen Stewart).
In this sequel, trouble starts soon after a mother and her twin boys move into a cursed house.
All is not quiet on the set for a broadway producer (Owen Wilson), thanks to his decision to cast a former prostitute (Imogen Poots) in his play. He also has his hands full with the rest of his troupe, and their propensity to get into some backstage hanky-panky.
Based on the popular Hitman video game, Agent 47 (Rupert Friend) is a genetically-engineered assassin on a mission to protect the secrets of his genisis from falling into sinister hands.
The last time Brian Gilcrest (Bradley Cooper) lived in Hawaii, things didn't go too well. Now a new assignment with the military is giving him a second chance. But the mistakes of the past might tangle up his hopes for the future.
A young hunter (Onni Tommila) finds more adventure than he expected when he stumbles across the US President (Samuel L. Jackson) whose plane has been shot down over the wilderness of Finland.
Two Days, One Night
When Sandra (Marion Cotillard) learns her co-workers have been offered a financial bonus if they agree to have her fired, she sets out to plead her own cause. And she only has the weekend to do so.
This documentary follows several meetings filmmaker Laura Poitras and reporter Glenn Greenwald had with a mysterious informant accusing the NSA (National Security Agency) of illegal invasions of privacy. The man is now known to the world: Edward Snowden.